North Dakota CIO Shawn Riley leaving for crypto-mining outfit
Shawn Riley, North Dakota’s CIO of six years, is leaving to join the cryptocurrency-mining company Bitzero International.
Nevada names IT division admin Timothy Galluzi as state CIO
Officials confirmed that Timothy Galluzi, who’s headed the Enterprise IT Services Division since February, is the new state CIO.
Maryland's citizen services portal is making 'dramatic progress,' CIO says
Maryland OneStop has shaved months off development time off critical projects during the pandemic, state CIO Michael Leahy said.
Virginia Gov. Youngkin names former Kansas IT chief as CIO
Phil Wittmer, formerly the chief information technology officer of Kansas, is Virginia's new chief information officer.
ARPA instructions unclear for IT uses, CIOs say
Two state CIOs said direction from the federal government on how to use the latest relief funding is not as clear as it could be.
Georgia CIO Calvin Rhodes to step down this month
After a decade as the state's top technology official, Calvin Rhodes will take a role in the private sector supporting governments in their use of technology, officials said.
L.A. County CIO Bill Kehoe to take top IT job in Washington state
Gov. Jay Inslee said Kehoe, a former county and state agency CIO, will take over Washington Technology Solutions in August.
Ohio CIO Ervan Rodgers looks back on 7 years of state service
Ohio's CIO is stepping down, but it wasn't an easy decision, he told StateScoop in an interview.
Ohio CIO Ervan Rodgers steps down for job at shoe retailer
Rodgers, who was appointed by Gov. Mike DeWine in 2019, said he's accepted a position with Designer Brands, best known for its large chain of DSW stores.